It only needs four thought experiments to get you from the fact that the speed of light is always constant to the famed formula E=mc2.
1929 vs. 2008: Thoughts on two history-shaping crisis
In 1930, Senator Carter Glass proposed several versions of a bill which aimed at the separation of investment and commercial banking. It was the beginning of the great depression – a period right after the “roaring twenties”, a time when ‘there was so much alpha in the markets, you had to be an idiot not … Read More →
Reinventing Henry Ford – My take on tomorrow.
Foreword Other than the economics courses I took in high school, I didn’t receive any further formal education on the subject. This text is entirely motivated by thought-experiments that might lack deep formal economic analysis, but are nevertheless interesting to me, and enough so that I decided to write them down. Nothing more, nothing less. Make of that … Read More →